Cedars on Beacon Hill Studio Suite with Kitchen
|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||300 square feet|
Suitable for childrenNo
Suitable for the elderlyAsk
|Theme||Historic, Romantic, Other, City, Other|
Description from the owner
Enjoy a private, furnished studio suite in Boston's most coveted neighborhood: Beacon Hill.
Free wireless internet access, cable tv and local phone service.
Available nightly, weekly and monthly. Contact us, 617-236-2227, for our best available rates, specials and last minute discounts.
Cedars on Beacon Hill Studio Suite with Kitchen
Additional Location Information
Historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, on a quiet residential street just one block from Charles Street restaurants and shops.
- Boston Common
- Public Garden
- Mass General Hospital
- Whole Foods
- State House
Location Type City, Other
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$129 - $289||$179 - $209||$850 - $1,300||$2,200 - $4,200||2 nights|
|Apr. 13 2012 - May. 31 2012||$209||$209||-||-||2 nights|
|Apr. 13 2012 - May. 31 2012||$139||$139||-||-||2 nights|
|All Other Dates||$179||$179||$1,150||$4,200||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
Additional notes from owner
Rates fluctuate and are available nightly, weekly and monthly. Please contact us for the best available rates, specials and last minute discounts. info@InnBostonReservations, 617-236-2227.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 17, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Rental is Updated and Perfectly Fine
Location is just off Charles St in Beacon Hill. Seems everything has been renovated as the tiles in the bathroom are brand new as are all the appliances in the kitchen. New flatscreen and all the furniture seems brand new. Bed is queen size and comfortable. Will stay here again when I need a cheap place to stay. Most times requires a 2 night stay, but I think once close in, they may rent for a night at a time, or if they have two reservations on either side. Perfect for my needs.
Providence, Rhode Island
Cedars on Beacon Hill: One Bedroom Penthouse Suite #3
This was our first opportunity to stay in the heart of Beacon Hill in this fully furnished and lovely gem located on Cedar Way. Hidden from the main streets that weave throughout the Hill, the Inn at Cedar Way is located on a small cross street, too small for any vehicle but perfect for offering the feeling of privacy amid the historical rowhouses. The entrance is a keyless access, both for the entryway door off Cedar Way as well as the entrance to the residence. We could come and go at will, making sure to carry our access codes provided on line after the booking, an extremely simple and safe process.
We found this apt to be immaculate. The kitchen was properly fitted for cooking and entertaining, which we did with good friends that joined my husband and me for dinner. The open floor plan felt spacious and quite comfortable and the hardwood flooring throughout was stunning! The living area included wifi, tv and plenty of comfortable seatings and furnishings, as well as a working fireplace. I couldn't help but imagine returning to this beautiful space in winter, perhaps walking the city or taking in a holiday event.
The bedroom on the second floor welcomed a King size bed, with a lovely bathroom/shower/tub close by.The bed was exceedingly comfortable with many touches of luxury-- Oh so many pillows! Large windows throughout revealed neighboring rowhouses, stunning to see but when privacy was needed the wooden shades closed easily.
We stayed during Boston's first cool and rainy fall evening in September. Still, the private roof terrace, decorated with table and chairs for dining and relaxing, was inviting. We looked over neighboring rooftops, chimneys and the beautiful city of Boston. It was an truly an enchanting stay at Cedars on Beacon Hill.
Pleasant Hill, California
Dismal and Depressing - Nothing But a 'Cash Cow' for the owners/
First, Location is excellent; but that's where anything positive ends.
Now, 7 months after our stay, we're still upset at the thought of the whole experience with this property. We're fairly well-traveled (30 years worth), and this is bar none, the worst disparity of website sales pitch vs quality of accomodations we've ever experienced.
The problems were way too many to list in this venue, but, let's just mention: exposed wires hanging down from the ceiling; furniture that looked like it was from 1950's Russia/East Europe; cracked and broken floor tiles in kitchenette and bathroom (we're talking about broken so badly that they buckled as you walk over them)- their solution? throw a bath mat over the broken tiles; broken wall tiles in bath enclosure; faulty bath/shower valves; leaking (dripping) faucets; less than Goodwill-style towels; poor a/c- but it was unneeded (window mounted); stark decorations; blank walls; dirty stained carpet; some major plumbing issues in the building (just ask the housekeeper!)... and I could just keep going on and on. I took pictures. It was that bad. Discusting.
The manager (Dion, or something like that) was quite smug about the whole issue, and made it quite clear he was very uninterested in our concerns about the situation. I did demand our money back, explaining that the stress of the discusting surroundings was overwhelming and beyond repair. We did get about 25% back. But we could have (and should have) stayed at the Park Plaza for not much more money.
I'm not a whiner. I motorcycle camp, and have stayed at some pretty sparce properties in several countries over the years, but this place takes the cake. If you're thinking of staying here, run...Run the other way! There are lots of much nicer properties in Boston (and BTW, the photo of acorn street is some blocks away from this property - don't be fooled). This property is on a very busy Beacon Street west of the Gardens, not on Beacon Hill.
We love Boston, and will be back, but we certainly learned our lesson with this place. Almost better to sleep in the rental car!